Breaking free from the restraints of the Box Tops, Alex Chilton secretly recorded songs at Ardent Studios in 1969. However, his contract with American Studios did not end until 1970, and in 1996, these treasures saw the light of day. Although he was still inspired by British pop, this album also has a dirty rock ‘n’ roll side, a bluesy, soulful sound that embodies Chilton’s state of mind at the time. Re-issue of the rare 1970 solo LP by a post-Box Tops and pre-Big Star Alex Chilton. Originally issued on Ardent Records. Liner notes by Commercial Appeal music writer Bob Mehr.